Welp, as you know, I like to try to end things on a high note so here's my attempt for this week. Okay, so here's the premise: this mid-50's broad takes time out from getting her son's friends drunk on Wine Coolers and dances to random (and I do mean random!) songs.
Repeat THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FUCKING TIMES.
It was honestly pretty hard to pick a video of hers to spotlight. Do I pick the "almost old enough to be ironic" Mambo #5 video? Perhaps demonstrate the oil-and-water-like effect of her "U + Ur Hand" video (to paraphrase Luke Skywalker, "If there's a masturbatory center to the universe, you're watching the video that's farthest from")? Perhaps one of her many Dee-lite videos?
Then I saw this video, and my decision was exponentially easier. For you see, this is a video of a middle aged woman dancing to the Ghost Busters theme.
We've finally reached the end of the internet. Please watch your step as you exit.
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